No two companies are like. That’s why no two safety programs should be, either. So if you purchased a canned or off-the-shelf program from an online resource, you may be exposing your workers to risk – and your company to serious OSHA citations.
So how do you know if you need an audit? If you answer “no” or “I don’t know” to any of these questions, then chances are you do.
- Are you certain that your current program has no problem areas?
- Is your Code of Safe Work Practices specific to the potential hazards and equipment at your company?
- Are your drivers screened, trained and monitored for substance abuse?
- Are you compliant with OSHA, DOT and other regulatory agencies?
- When you hire someone, are you sure you’re getting the best employee, or merely someone a competitor has rejected?
- Are your accidents being effectively investigated?
- Are your supervisors truly committed to your safety program, and actively encouraging all other team members to be, too?
- Is your safety training effective?
- Are first aid/CPR providers available at appropriate locations?
- Do you have a substance abuse program that’s administered effectively?
- Are your supervisors held accountable for safety – at the same level of accountability for production and expenses?
Once your comprehensive audit is complete, you’ll be able to answer all of these questions – and more – with confidence. You’ll also be assured compliance, along with peace of mind. Contact us today to begin.